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30 Cheap Stocks in the Singapore Market Currently

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Net current asset value = Total current assets – Total liabilities In theory, a net-net stock is a steal as investors can get a discount on the company?s current assets, such as cash, after stripping off all liabilities. 669 more words

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Oxley Holdings boosts stake in United Engineers to 10.43%

(Source: www.businesstimes.com.sg)

OXLEY Holdings on Thursday disclosed that the company had on Wednesday acquired, through open-market purchases, shares of United Engineers (UE), resulting in Oxley holding 10.43 per cent of the total number of issued shares, excluding treasury shares and subsidiary holdings of UE. 68 more words

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Virgin Australia posts narrower FY net loss

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Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd on Thursday reported a smaller full-year net loss as the airline completed the first year of a three-year cost-cutting programme. 101 more words

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Energizer Holdings, Inc. Appoints Timothy Gorman As Chief Financial Officer


Following an extensive search for a Chief Financial Officer, Tim Gorman was the clear choice, said Alan Hoskins, Chief Executive Officer. Tim brings significant financial expertise and public company experience to the role.  44 more words

In its push to compete in Southeast Asia, WeWork is pouring $500 million into the region

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Less than two weeks ago, WeWork took the wraps off a new massive round of funding — $500 million from the Chinese private equity firm Hony Capital, the Japanese internet giant SoftBank, Greenland Holdings, and China Oceanwide. 455 more words

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Li Ka-shing's CK Hutchison posts 7% increase in half-year profit

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Billionaire Li Ka-shing’s CK Hutchison Holdings Ltd reported a 7 per cent rise in profit, led by its telecommunications business in Europe. 183 more words

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Swiber Holdings will default on upcoming coupon payment

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Beleaguered Singapore-listed offshore and marine group Swiber Holdings announced late on Monday that it will default on its upcoming coupon payment for its S$150 million 6.5 per cent trust certificates due 2018 comprising Series 001 issued under its US$500 million Multicurrency Islamic Trust Certificates Issuance Programme. 112 more words

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